The Care for All in Education Initiative

Our educational workforce have been struggling for over two years with the challenge of continuing to provide vital front-line services during the pandemic while supporting the educational success of Manitoban students. Increased pressures, physical distancing requirements and the stress and anxiety of dealing with a worldwide health crisis have resulted in many educational workers reaching or approaching the point of mental and emotional burnout.

For this reason, the Canadian Mental Health Associations – Manitoba & Winnipeg, with funding from the Province of Manitoba have partnered to create the Care for All in Education Initiative, providing both a digital mental health and wellness resource of mental health and a dedicated team of wellness support specialists to assist in connecting you with programming and services you need.

As you navigate through this site, please feel free to reach out to your wellness support team who are here to support you on your journey to support your own mental health, wellness and recovery. We care for ALL of our educational workforce who are working so diligently during these times of unprecedented individual, workplace and societal pressures. Let us support you in finding the care you need. Contact us by phone at 1-877-602-1660 or by email at

Share Your Voice with Care for All in Education Website!

The CMHA is working with researchers from the University of Winnipeg (UW) who are tracking developments in resilience and recovery in people working in the education sector in Manitoba. The U of W team is collecting anonymous 12 to 15-minute, online surveys from education employees who access CMHA services (website, Wellness Specialists, and/or programs).

Survey participants will have the opportunity to enter a draw for three $100 prize.  If you would like to participate, more information and the anonymous online survey can be found here.

If you have questions, please email the primary researcher Laura Sokal at or the senior research assistant Alina Wilson

Participation is voluntary, and access to services from CMHA is not related to whether or not you participate in the UW research.